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EU looks to new chapter in relations with Britain as Brexit deal is signed By Reuters

EU looks to new chapter in relations with Britain as Brexit deal is signed By Reuters
EU looks to new chapter in relations with Britain as Brexit deal is signed

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FILE PHOTO: EU Commission President von der Leyen and British PM Johnson meet in Brussels p BRUSSELS (Reuters) - With a call for both sides to look forward to a new chapter in their relationship, EU chiefs signed the Brexit trade deal agreed with Britain and sent the text off to London on Wednesday for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to add his signature."It is of the utmost importance for the European Union and the United Kingdom to look forward, in view of opening a new chapter in their relations," the bloc said in a statement, calling for joint action on climate change and international affairs.

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